Course of Study

Lower School (K5-6th)

The Lower School academic disciplines are taught in contained classroom settings along with specialist instructors for the enrichment classes (art, music, etc.). In the upper elementary, we employ a team teaching structure for the core classes as well. We teach the following academic disciplines:

BibleReadingArt
HistoryGrammarMusic
GeographySpellingComputer
MathematicsWritingPhysical Education
SciencePenmanshipLibrary

Upper School (7th-12th)

The Upper School employs a seven-period day. Five of the seven possible periods are the core courses of Bible, English, science, history, and mathematics. In 7th and 8th grades, the remaining blocks are physical education, a semester of computer, and either a semester of art or music (7th) or logic (8th). Our high school requirements are as follows:

DisciplineRequired Credits
English4
Mathematics4
Science4
History4
Bible4
Foreign Language2
Physical Education1
Speech.5
Computer.5
Fine Arts1
Total25

High School Course of Study

Freshman

  • World Literature
  • World History
  • Algebra I-B or Geometry
  • Biology
  • Old Testament Survey
  • Spanish I or Russian I
  • Physical Education or
  • Computer (semester) and Speech (semester)

Sophomore

  • American Literature I
  • U.S. History to 1876
  • Geometry or Algebra II
  • Biology II or Chemistry or Earth Science
  • New Testament Survey
  • Spanish II or Russian II
  • Fine Arts or
  • Computer (semester) and Speech (semester)

Junior

  • American Literature II or AP Language
  • U.S. History 1876 to Modern
  • Algebra II, Trigonometry, or Pre-Calculus
  • Chemistry or Chemistry Dual Enrollment
  • Systematic Theology
  • Fine Arts or AP Art History
  • Elective

Senior

  • British Literature or AP Literature
  • U.S. Government and Economics
  • Business Math, Trigonometry, or AP Calculus
  • Physics or Anatomy and Physiology or Earth Science or Chemistry Dual Enrollment
  • Worldviews and Apologetics
  • Elective(s)